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Dr. Anthony John Ilozobhie




Associate Professor


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About Dr. Anthony John Ilozobhie

Dr. Anthony John Ilozobhie is currently an Associate Professor in the Geophysics Programme of the Department of Physics. He joined the services of the University of Calabar in 1995 as a Graduate Assistant after obtaining a B.Sc. (Hons) degree in Physics and completing his mandatory NYSC assignment in present Osun State in 1993. He obtained an M.Sc. degree in Petroleum Geophysics from the Geology Department of the University in 2000 and in 2009, he was awarded Ph.D. in Geophysics by the University of Calabar. Dr. Ilozobhie specializes in seismic, borehole geophysics, and geostatistics. He has published high-quality papers in both local and international journals. He has attended and presented both physics and geophysics-related papers in many academic conferences and seminars. He is equally a member of many academic and professional societies like a member, Nigeria Institute of Physics, member, Society of Exploration Geophysicists, member and the Universal Association of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineer (NUACSEE). He was a member of the Federal Government of Nigeria team (2008 - 2009) on the Review and Re-assessment of geophysical data of Bornu Basin to ascertain the Hydrocarbon potential of the Basin. A project supervised by Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) under Mosunmolu Nigeria Limited. He is currently working on the Novel Approach for in situ determination of formation porosity from a designed and constructed density logging sonde. Dr Ilozobhie is married and blessed with children.

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
FSLCMushin Primary School, Mushin, Lagos, Lagos State19751981
WASCOkota High School, Okota Isolo, Lagos State19811986
B.Sc. (Hons) PhysicsUniversity of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State19881992
M.Sc. GeophysicsUniversity of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State19961999
Ph.D GeophysicsUniversity of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State20012008

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Ilozobhie, A.J., & Egu, D.I. (2018). Economic viability of a Proposed Gas to Power Project: A case study of University of Calabar. International journal of Innovation Research and advanced studies, 5(5), 88-94.
Ilozobhie A. J., & Egu D. I. (2018). Correlative modeling techniques to Reducing uncertainties in a complex marginal Field in the Niger Delta. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences, 24, 203 – 213.
Ilozobhie, A.J., & Egu, D.I. (2018). Alternative Approach to Reducing Unaccounted Petroleum Products in Pipeline Systems. International Journal of Innovation Research and advanced studies, 5(5), 83-87.
Egu, D.I., & Ilozobhie, A.J. (2015). Examining variations of contaminants in Petroleum products in Nigeria. International journal of Natural and Applied Sciences, 10(1&2), 109-116.
Ilozobhie, A.J., Obi, D.A. & Okwueze, E.E. (2015). Geostatistical analysis of porosity distribution from well log data, in part of Bornu Basin, North- eastern part, Nigeria using Kriging and Co- Kriging methods. Advances in Applied Science Research, 6(2), 83-95.
Obi, D.A., Ilozobhie A.J., & Abua J.U. (2015). Interpretation of aeromagnetic data over the Bida Basin, North Central, Nigeria. Advances in Applied Science Research, 6(2), 50-63.
Ilozobhie, A.J., Obi, D.A., George, A.M., Asuquo,O.A., & Isah, Y. (2015). Determination of Thermal Conductivity of some shale samples in Awi Formation and its Geophysical implication, Cross River state, Nigeria. European Journal of scientific Research,135(1), 30-40.
Ilozobhie, A.J., Obi, D.A., Okwueze, E.E., & Okereke C.S. (2014). Geophysical studies of part of Bornu Basin from Seismic, Well log and Aeromagnetic data. World Journal of Applied Science and Technology, 6(2), 105-113.
Ilozobhie, A.J., & Egu, D.I. (2014). Economic evaluation modeling of a gas field for effective reservoir management in the Niger Delta, Nigeria. International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences, 9(1&2), 44-49.
Udoh, J.S., Ilozobhie, A.J., Idiong, E.A., & Joseph, U.C. (2014). Seismo-Structural feature within part of Bornu Basin, North Eastern. Nigeria. International Journal of Advancement in Physical science, 6(2), 22 – 30.
Ilozobhie, A.J., & Egu, D.I. (2013). Predicting the behaviors of multilayered reservoirs to cumulative production in a commingled zone. International journal of Natural and Applied Sciences, 8(1&2), 92-107.
Obi, D.A., Ilozobhie, A.J., & Lebo, S.E. (2013). Aeromagnetic study of oil seepage along the Basement flanks of part of the Lower Benue Trough, South Eastern Nigeria. Journal of Applied Geology and Geophysics, 1(4), 22-29.
Ilozobhie, A.J., & Afangideh, U.D. (2013). Comparative analysis of seismic refraction attributes from a designed automated seismic refraction hammer (ASRH) and the convectional sledge hammer. International journal of Natural and Applied Sciences, 10(1&2),117-122.
Ilozobhie, A.J., & Obi, D.A. (2011). The Visual basic plotter manager: meeting the challenges of well log digital data conversion. International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences, 6(1&2), 76-88.
Ilozobhie, A.J., Okwueze, E.E., & Egeh, E.U. (2009). Sand- Shaliness Evaluation of Part of Bornu Basin Using well log data. Nigerian Journal of Physics, 21(1), 53-62.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
31st Annual Conference of the Nigerian Institute of Physics: Held at the Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria. 15th – 18th October, 2008. Paper Presented: Sand – Shaliness Evaluation of part of Bornu Basin using well log data2008-10-152008-10-18
34th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Institute of Physics: Held at the Centre for Energy Research and Development, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile – Ife, Osun State, Nigeria. 11th – 18th October, 2011. Paper Presented: The Visual Basic Plotter Manager: Meeting the Challenges of well log data conversion.2011-10-112011-10-18
51st Annual Conference of the Nigerian Mining and Geosciences Society (NMGS): Held at the Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos State, Nigeria.15th – 20th March, 2015. Papers Presented: (i) Aeromagnetic study of Oil seepage along the Basement Flanks of part of the lower Benue Trough, South Eastern, Nigeria (ii) Interpretation of Aeromagnetic Data over the Bida Basin, North- central, Nigeria.2015-03-152015-03-20